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TUNISIA TUNISIAN ENNAHDA PARTY
Can We Build Together, and How?
The discussion was divided between four sessions held over two days, addressing the following issues: From confronting injustice, repression and the monopolization of power to the need to go beyond the existing consensus, commitment to political democracy as the way to build and facilitate coalitions, the scope given for social issues, the issue of foreign relations.
Arab Reform Initiative
The State of Reform in the Arab World 2009-2010
The State of Reform in the Arab World 2009-2010
The ADI, in its second edition, covers ten Arab countries with the mission to eventually cover all the countries in the Arab world. The study measures forty indicators to gauge four major values and principles relevant to the democratization process.
Arab Reform Initiative
 MOROCCO PROTEST
ARI Working Group Report, Rabat, March 14-15, 2009:The Security Sector in Morocco and the Broader Reform Agenda
This third meeting on the security sectors of Arab countries was held in Rabat, Morocco in 2009 after meetings in Cairo and Beirut. Its was convened by ARI’s member institute, the Centre d’études et de recherches en sciences sociales and focused in large part on the Moroccan case.
The State of Reform in the Arab World 2008
The State of Reform in the Arab World 2008
“Democratic Transition is still at the embryonic stage and is more visible in countries that are keen to project a positive image of modernization Progress achieved in constitutional, administrative and other kinds of formal steps to reform remains unmatched by practices and progress on the ground”: this represents one of the key conclusions of the recently launched State of Reform in the Arab World 2008.
Arab Reform Initiative
Sudan: Between Reform and Conflict
Sudan: Between Reform and Conflict

Political thought in Sudan generally avoids the issue of reform, since the very notion falls short of the political and developmental ambitions the country has harboured since independence, in 1956.

Haydar Ibrahim Ali

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